NOTE: If you simply let the chapters play automatically, you will hear some of them out of order. I don't know why they ordered themselves as they did in the list to the right.
Audiobook reading of the complete text, by James Gill at www.trickcoin.net
HARRY STEPHEN KEELER (1890-1967) is one of the strangest writers who ever lived. In his time, he was pegged as a mystery novelist who also wrote some science fiction. Today, if you've heard of him at all, it's as the Ed Wood of mystery novelists, a writer reputed to be so bad he's good. Actually, no genre, nor "camp," can much suggest what Keeler is all about. (from an essay by William Poundstone at http://home.williampoundstone.net/Keeler/Home.html)
etext Prepared by Fender Tucker at http://site.xavier.edu/polt/keeler/etexts/index.html
A good, old-fashioned webwork tale involving a Chicago mystery novelist named Tillary Steevens ... no relation to Harry Stephen Keeler, of course ...
For more information about the master, be sure to visit Richard Polt's "Harry Stephen Keeler Society" website at: http://site.xavier.edu/polt/keeler/story.html